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**Using PS for Web Design and Photo Shoot Work**

As you will see as you read through the tutorials in the next chapters, Photoshop can be used for a wide variety of projects. Here, I will focus on its use in web design, as well as photo retouching and illustration.

Some important facts about Photoshop for web design:

• Photoshop CS5, CS6, or CS6 Extended

• Photoshop Elements (CS5, CS5.5,

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The good old days were the first half of the 2000s.

In a nutshell: Photoshop Classic (CS) back then was a fast, stable and powerful piece of software. It was about 700 megabytes of complex magic, and it provided a streamlined and consistent user experience. With a few manual steps, editing and corrections could be made in a matter of seconds. The only downside was that you needed a big hard drive and there wasn’t much in the way of neat vector arts.

Then the market started to shift. Adobe Photoshop grew in size to almost 1.5 gigabytes, but also brought along all the wizards, settings and adjustments it needed to be a sophisticated editing tool. It started to include all the bells and whistles that artists, graphic designers, musicians and web designers want.

The good news is that it also dropped most of the old school idiosyncrasies. We got menus and toolbars with cool icons to help us out. Learning a new software became more manageable.

In the beginning, learning Photoshop was like learning another language. But nowadays it feels like a second language — for those who learned how to use it.

Once upon a time Photoshop was the state of the art. Now it’s a crowded space, and you might feel overwhelmed just trying to get started. Just like the times before the Web, Photoshop’s value has been watered down.

So here are a few things you can do to grow your Photoshop skills faster and make it easier to visualize and create from a different angle.

1. Learn your way around Photoshop

It might be difficult to get used to the new UI, which is more of a hybrid between the older and the new UI, but there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s more like learning another language, rather than being forced to learn a new one.

Getting used to the new set of menus, tools, icons and keyboard shortcuts can be challenging, but it’s much easier to learn through trial and error. And just as the old UI started with a very basic workflow, the new one too follows that principle. Let’s say you want to use the Organizer to open up an image. Instead of clicking and navigating to the Organizer, you first have to go to the bottom left and click File. Then you have to select the Organizer and press Open. The new workflow feels more like doing the task without any setup. Once

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Is this a good practice for separate Threads for each AdapterView or should I be doing this with AsyncTask for performance?

public class SubViewsAdapter extends BaseAdapter {
private static final String TAG = “SubViewsAdapter”;

LayoutInflater layoutInflater;
LinearLayout mainLayout;
View rootView;

private List subViews;

public SubViewsAdapter(Context context, List subViews) {
layoutInflater = LayoutInflater.from(context);
this.subViews = subViews;
this.rootView = layoutInflater.inflate(R.layout.sub_view_list_layout, null);

private void setupListAdapter() {
ArrayAdapter adapter = new ArrayAdapter(context, android.R.layout.simple_list_item_1, subViews);

This code actually works and shows the view as expected in each layout of a view. For the sake of performance, do I really need to use this method or would it work better to create a new thread and run this code in each thread?


I think you are looking for AsyncTask.
Here is code for AsyncTask.
private class AsyncTaskGetContent extends AsyncTask {
ProgressDialog pd = new ProgressDialog(context);
protected void onPreExecute(){
protected String doInBackground(String… params){
return getContent(params[0]);

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App refuses to create device token

I’m testing on my iPod touch 2nd generation with App B
This is the device token I’m getting:

and this is how I obtain it:
– (void)application:(UIApplication *)application didRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithDeviceToken:(NSData *)deviceToken
NSLog(@”Dev device token = %@”, deviceToken);
AppDelegate *delegate = [UIApplication sharedApplication].delegate;
delegate.deviceToken = deviceToken;

The Apple sample code seems to get a token and then puts it in a remote notification payload using the following code:
// Create a new payload dictionary with the relevant information
MFMailComposeViewController *mail = [[MFMailComposeViewController alloc] init];
[mail setSubject:self.subject];
NSArray *toRecipients = [NSArray arrayWithObjects:@””, nil];
NSArray *ccRecipients = [NSArray arrayWithObjects:@””, @””, nil];
NSArray *bccRecipients = [NSArray arrayWithObjects:@””, @””, nil];
NSArray *bodyRecipients = [NSArray arrayWithObject:@””];
NSArray *attachments = [NSArray arrayWithObjects:@”attachment.pdf”, nil];
MFMailComposeMultiValueSource *multiSource = [MFMailComposeMultiValueSource arrayWithSources:

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP
Processor: Dual Core 1.6Ghz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce 8800GT or Radeon 4850
Processor: Quad Core 3.2Ghz
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 280/Radeon HD 4870
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